2022 CRNA Entrepreneur MasterMind Summit
CRNA MENTORS that are Living the Dream are Sharing the Keys to Success:
CRNA Business Opportunities & Wealth Growth Potential Unique to CRNAs:
HOW TO NEGOTIATE & LAUNCH
CRNA OFFICE-BASED SERVICES
CRNA Specialty Clinic Services
“If you can imagine it, you can achieve it. If you can dream it, you can become it.”
-William Arthur Ward
2022 CRNA Entrepreneur MasterMind Summit
Enroll Now to Build a successful CRNA Services Business, Grow Your Wealth, and Elevate Your Legacy!
Many CRNAs are presented with the opportunity to perform Office-based Anesthesia services or are drawn to create Aesthetics/ Medspa, Ketamine, and Pain/sedation Clinic Services but don't know where to start.
What you'll get:
- Learn HOW to create your business success from iconic, savvy entrepreneur CRNA’s that have scaled their Anesthesia Services or CRNA Clinic Services business, that have freed their lifestyle, controlled their schedule, and greatly increased their wealth.
- Gain the necessary tools to establish a CRNA Services business, including self-marketing, equipment/ supply acquisition, expectations, pitfall avoidance, team building, and billing fundamentals/strategies.
- After completing the course, you will feel confident with your ability to provide Office-based anesthesia services and Aesthetics/Medspa, Ketamine, and Pain/sedation Clinic Services
- Experienced Business-minded CRNAs from all specialties have come together to share their business designs and elevate CRNAs in business nationally.
INCLUDED WITH MEMBERSHIP:
- Live on Zoom Webinar, No Tests Required!
- Replay Available for 1 Year
- 1 Year FB Group Membership
- Quarterly Workshops with Mentors
Non-Descript CME Receipt Provided Upon Request: "2022 CRNA MasterMind Summit"Enroll Today!
SCHEDULE OF SPEAKERS:
JUNE 13TH, 2022 - 7:30 PM EST: ORIENTATION WITH ALESIA QUANTE
JUNE 13TH, 2022 - 8:00 PM EST: Jan Mannino: Setting Up An Office Anesthesia Practice
JUNE 14TH, 2022 - 8:00 PM EST: April Erickson: What Is An Office Based Anesthesia Practice?
JUNE 15TH, 2022 - 8:00 PM EST: Jan Mannino: Office Anesthesia: Clinical Practice
JUNE 17TH, 2022 - 8:00 PM EST: April Erickson: The Nuts And Bolts Of Ketamine Clinic Set Up
JUNE 21ST, 2022 - 8:00 PM EST: Poppy Walker: Understanding Billing Services
JUNE 22ND, 2022 - 8:00 PM EST: Jan Mannino: Overcoming Roadblocks to Office-Based CRNA Practice
JUNE 23RD, 2022 - 8:00 PM EST: Poppy Walker: How To Have A Harmonious Relationship With Your Billing Service
JUNE 24TH, 2022 - 8:00 PM EST: Alesia Quante: Pain Clinic Sedation Services
JUNE 26TH, 2022 - 8:00 PM EST: Mary Ford: Transitioning to Aesthetics:Why it’s a Beautiful Life
JUNE 28TH, 2022 - 8:00 PM EST: Adam Chaucer: I Got 99 Problems But A W2 Job Ain't One: A Guide for Transitioning a 1099 Practice Into an Independent Office-Based Group (Part 2)
JUNE 29TH, 2022 - 8:00 PM EST: Adam Chaucer: Boosting negotiating power and decision making for office- based anesthesia services business: How and Why investing improves your position
JUNE 30TH, 2022 - 8:00 PM EST: Brett Maxfield:A look at the quirks and nuances that make plastic surgery practice different from other independent practices
JULY 1ST, 2022 - 8:00 PM EST: April Erickson: Keys to setting up IV infusion therapy clinic
JULY 6TH, 2022 - 8:00 PM EST: Jan Mannino: Legal Aspects of a CRNA Office Based Practice
JULY 7TH, 2022 - 8:00 PM EST: Brett Maxfield: What You Need To Know About Starting An Office Based Practice Or A Surgery Center
JULY 8TH, 2022 - 8:00 PM EST: Alicia McCampbell: Dental Office Anesthesia
JULY 11TH, 2022 - 8:00 PM EST: Kate Schafer: Independent CRNAs Keeping ASCs Safe: Focus on Patient Exclusion Criteria and the Pre-Op Screening
JULY 12TH, 2022 - 8:00 PM EST: Jan Mannino: Case Studies as related to CRNA Office Based Practices
CRNA Services Business Jumpstart: The 7 Essential Steps Guide
By Alesia Quante CRNA, Founder of the 1099 CRNA Success Academy
- How to launch your own successful Anesthesia Services business
The focus is on creating a scalable Office CRNA Independent Practice.
Encompasses the start-up considerations for any outpatient services
What makes providing Anesthesia Coverage to Offices and small ASCs the best way to free your lifestyle, control your schedule, greatly increase your income, and evolve into a successful entrepreneur.
Thrive in your life, and grow as a CRNA Entrepreneur!
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FACULTY AND SPEAKERS:
Alesia Quante CRNA, MHS
Alesia Quante has been a CRNA for 22 years, and for the last 19 has enjoyed the work/life balance offered by the 1099 CRNA lifestyle. She graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Master's in Health Sciences in the Anesthesia for Nurses program from the Medical University of South Carolina in December 2001.
Her 1099 practice locations have been in multiple hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, and physicians' offices on the east and west coasts of Florida as well as coastal and central Georgia. She is presently a 1099 chief CRNA at a Pain clinic in Savannah. She was also a chief CRNA at a GI center in Savannah, GA until she resigned recently to teach this class. She guided the GI practice from an ACT to a thriving independent CRNA practice.
Throughout her career, Alesia has helped CRNA‘s control their schedule, earnings, and savings by teaching them how to transition from W2 to 1099. In 2020, Alesia launched the 1099 Success Academy to teach CRNAs Practice Management with her AANA accredited “1099 Freedom Masterclass”.
Alesia states, “It is my goal and honor to guide fellow CRNA’s to what I believe to be the most auspicious CRNA lifestyle. As a result of my tenure as a 1099 CRNA, I have been in complete control of my schedule, purchased benefits for a competitive rate, set my pay rate by negotiating independently, saved much more in my retirement account than I otherwise would have, not had to participate in workplace politics, and experienced many other freedoms associated with being a 1099 CRNA."
Alesia was a live aboard sailor with her high school sweetheart husband for 22 years. She presently lives in Isle of Hope, Georgia with her husband and two teens.
Mary Ford, CRNA
Mary has been in the medical field for over 11 years. She grew up in Nashville, TN, where she received an associate's degree in Nursing followed by a bachelor's degree in Nursing from East Tennessee State University. She worked in the Neuro ICU at Vanderbilt University before attending the University of Tennessee to pursue her Master's degree in Nurse Anesthesiology. After receiving her degree in 2016, she began practicing in the operating room as a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthesiologist and continues to do so today. Mary lives in Knoxville with her two beautiful children and loving husband. She worked in a medical spa in downtown Knoxville for over two years before founding Smiley Aesthetics.
Mary is an experienced aesthetic injectables trainer with certifications from Allergan, International Association For Physicians in Aesthetic Medicine, and American Medical Educators Training. She continues to advance her aesthetic education and practice daily and has a passion for training others.
April Erickson, CRNA
Dr. April Erickson has worked in the healthcare industry for nearly 20 years, gaining experience in anesthesia practice, policy, and leadership. As a seasoned Nurse Anesthesiologist, she is passionate about advancing the practice of nurse anesthesiology and developing policies on the hospital, state, and federal levels that allow CRNAs to practice to the top of their training.
In addition to her hospital and office-based anesthesia practice, she also was the first to open a Ketamine clinic for mental health in the state of Alaska. She is also adjunct faculty at the University of Alaska in Anchorage and teaches healthcare policy to future nurse practitioners.
She has a bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, a master’s in Nurse Anesthesiology from Texas Christian University, and a doctoral degree in nursing practice with leadership emphasis from Boise State University.
Outside of work, April enjoys hiking, biking, being outside and enjoying life with her husband Todd and two Labrador retrievers Sig and Kimber.
Poppy Walker, MBA
Poppy Walker has been the owner of Medical Reimbursement Solutions for the past 23 years, specializing in medical billing for self-employed CRNAs. Her clients work in various specialties, including pain management, gastroenterology, ENT, ophthalmology, plastic surgery, and orthopedics, to name a few. Her clients span across the United States, and Poppy has become well-regarded in healthcare reimbursement. Her company has grown exponentially over the years simply by word-of-mouth referrals. She currently bills for over 20 anesthesia practices. Her faithful staff has the medical billing operation running like a well-oiled machine. Medical Reimbursement Solutions's triple-layer audit system makes her company model unique to the billing industry, ensuring providers reap maximum insurance revenue. Poppy places a substantial value on personal relationships. Her most extended client has been with her company for 20 years, and her longest employee has been on staff for over 18 years.
Poppy holds a BS in Healthcare Administration and an MBA in Finance. She obtained a real estate license in 2019 to build her real estate portfolio as well as assist clients with investment properties who are looking to diversify streams of income. Her passions include teaching, remodeling houses, pilates, and serving on local community executive boards. Poppy teaches financial literacy once a week to high school students, serves as vice president of the Swenson House Historical Society (preservation of local historical landmarks), and is treasurer of the Big Country Home Educators Association - advising in non-profit accounting and record keeping. Poppy is an Air Force veteran - having served six years, and her husband is a 20-year retired Air Force Veteran and currently a law enforcement officer for the City of Abilene. They have two beautiful adult daughters, one of which is on her way to becoming a CRNA herself.
Adam Chaucer, CRNA
Originally from Birmingham, Alabama, Adam obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Alabama in 2004. After moving to Fort Worth, Texas, and working for a couple of years, he attended Texas Wesleyan University, where he received a Masters of Science in Nurse Anesthesia in 2008. Upon completion of the program, he then went on to work for several different anesthesia groups holding various management positions, including Vice President of Operations, before starting his group in 2016, Trident Anesthesia (www.tridentanesthesia.com). Trident Anesthesia provides anesthesia services to offices, ASCs, and surgical hospitals all across the state of Texas.
Being an experienced business owner and successful investor, he started AG Collective Capital in 2021 to educate accredited investors on venture capital and to provide access to investment opportunities offering above-market returns in early-stage private companies through its network of relationships with founders, angel investors, VCs, and other affiliated investment companies. His investments cover a variety of sectors including biopharma, biotech, e-commerce, fintech, education, healthcare, artificial intelligence, space transportation, cyber security, and web3/blockchain. He has a passion for educating others on venture capital as well as financial independence to allow others to maximize their earnings and their charitable contributions.
Along with his wife, Gena, he is also a co-founder and serves on the board of directors of RE_Ministry (www.reministry.com), a Christian-based non-profit organization for high school boys based in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
Jan Mannino, CRNA, JD
Jan Mannino has been a CRNA for over 60 years, received a law degree, and has a long history in the profession. She has been active in the AANA and served as president from 1987-1988. Jan has authored many articles in professional books and journals and two books, The Nurse Anesthetist and the Law and The Business of Anesthesia. She has recently retired from clinical anesthesia practice but continues to consult and lecture to SRNAs and CRNAs on legal and business issues for nurse anesthetists. In her retirement, Jan is writing a medical malpractice thriller and a memoir. She lives in Southern California with her dog, Annie.
Brett Maxfield, MS CRNA
Mr. Maxfield is a graduate of the Brigham Young University Nursing and Biology programs and the University of Michigan-Flint Nurse Anesthesiology program. He has practiced clinically in Michigan, Montana, and Idaho as a nurse anesthesiologist. Since retiring from clinical anesthesia, he has also worked as a nursing educator for the College of Eastern Idaho.
Since 2010 Mr. Maxfield has been the President and CEO of Maxfield Healthcare Solutions, an international Surgical and Anesthesia consulting firm with clients in multiple countries and in all 50 states. He is also the owner of a multi-specialty surgical center and an oral surgery center and is a surveyor for AAAASF. Mr. Maxfield currently resides in Southeast Idaho with his wife and children.
Alicia McCampbell, CRNA, WHNP, MN, MSN
Alicia lives in East Tennessee with her husband John of 25 years. She has a 22 year old daughter and a dog named Lucy Mabeline.
Alicia completed her anesthesia training at LSU HSC in New Orleans in 2010 and has practiced in Texas and Tennessee in the hospital, ASC, and office settings.
She has been a solo dental office anesthesia provider for over 20,000 procedures in the last five years for ages 3-93.
She also graduated as a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner at The University of Tennessee Knoxville in 1994.
Her business include:
- Total Tiva Anesthesia
- Southern Skin Aesthetics
- Coming soon- The Back Porch, an indoor and outdoor cooking channel on YouTube.
Holly Bohannan, MSNA, CRNA
Holly Bohannan has been a CRNA for 16 years, and has worked as a 1099 CRNA for about half of that time. She graduated from Missouri State University with a Master of Science Nurse Anesthesia in December of 2005, after completing clinical time at St John’s Health Center for the Southwest Missouri School of Anesthesia, she became a CRNA in March 2006. Her Bachelor of Science in Nursing was earned at the University of Arkansas in 2000.
Her 1099 experience began in 2006 when she accepted a position as a contracted employee for a MD anesthesia group, until the group was changed and the CRNAs were required to become W2 employees around 2011. In January, 2019 she accepted a position to work independently and bill for her anesthesia services alongside another CRNA at an ambulatory ophthalmic surgery center. She also helps at a couple other outpatient surgery centers in Northwest Arkansas with vacation or emergency coverage.
Holly lives with her husband of 19 years, a professional bass fisherman, and her teen son in Bentonville, Arkansas. She enjoys mountain biking, hiking, camping, fishing in the Ozarks and snow skiing in Colorado, swimming in the ocean, and Lake Michigan adventures with her family.
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